As we recognize the 10th anniversary of the collapse of the Rana Plaza building in Bangladesh (April 24th, 2013) and the deaths of over 1000 garment workers, we also celebrate the steps that can help create change within the fashion industry.
With the pressures worldwide to produce fast, cheap clothing (that may not last very long before a garment is trashed), how do we know what steps will actually make a difference?
Show the world that #LovedClothesLast, and that starts with the people who make them!
Contact anyone (friends, family members, neighbors, coworkers, etc.) and ask if they’d be willing to have an open, no-pressure conversation with you about climate change and the fashion industry. Add your story to the conversation map.
The Tad More team is taking part in a 5x5 Challenge this year for Fashion Revolution week, and curating a sustainable wardrobe by "shopping" for new looks in their own closet! Follow to see each team member's looks this week!
Monday, April 24th
Join us to commemorate an event that opened the world’s eyes to the dark side of the fast fashion industry: the devastating Rana Plaza factory collapse on 24 April 2013. Admission is free, and snacks and drinks will be available.
Wednesday, April 26th
This panel will explore the intersection of fashion, sustainability, and ethics, and how consumers can make a difference by choosing to support ethical fashion brands. Special Guest Sofi Thanhauser, author of Worn.
Thursday, April 27th
Join Sofi Thanhauser, author of the acclaimed book Worn, for an intimate conversation about her work and the importance of clothing in our lives. Attendees are encouraged to wear their favorite clothing item and share their stories about the memories and emotions associated with it.
Looking for more information on Fashion Revolution Week 2023? We've archived our Q&A event on YouTube!
See how #LovedClothesLast on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, YouTube, and TikTok, and post your own Fashion Love Story!
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